Systemic DialoguingTraining by Rita Harrison
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Rita Harrison's Systemic Dialoguing Training
The German Naturopath Rita Harrison has developed Systemic Dialoguing as a unique, elegant and highly effective method of asking really good, intentional questions, and helping clients find their words.
Intended as an instrument for self-awareness and transformation of a client’s consciousness, it has proven to be equally valid as an important tool in coaching and therapy. It results in more insight into the client’s needs, better and innovative methods of communication, with more vitality in the ability to enhance and strengthen choices.
Rita Harrison has taught her cutting-edge communication tools to Housewives, Business Executives, Healers, Professors, Doctors and two consecutive Presidents of the Hawaii Counselors Association (HCA) with great success.
Dialogue Is More Than A Communication Tool; It Is A Learning Process.
Are you willing to be curious, and ask questions relevant to the people you’re working with? Learn Rita’s dialoguing process techniques and explore new ways to enhance, strengthen and improve your business communication skills and client satisfaction.Content:
Part 1: Basic
- Circular Questions, Understand, Individual Realities, Activating Inner Resources, And More.
Part 2: Advanced
- Defining Communication Partner, Pacing, Effective Praising, Staying Neutral, And In Control And More.
Part 3: Expert
- Externalization, Integration, The Knights of the Round Table Technique, Dilemma or Conflict Control, The Miracle Question, And More.
All course dates will be decided by the participants.
Contact Rita Harrison personally Toll Free: (800) 790-6140 for more info....
Sessions Worldwide (FAQs)
Q. Is a Skype session as effective as a session where we are physically in one place?
A. Yes. When we look what happens in a session and we understand it on a deeper level we see that we basically work with the principles of information exchange and change.
The information doesn't care about distance. It's "only" our brain that thinks it cares.